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See how much snow your hometown gets for the holidays

Washington Post: “When we depict winter holidays, often they’re accompanied by a blanket of snow. How often does reality match that expectation? Depending on where you grew up, the answer could be often, never, or that one year when you were a kid that you’ll never forget. The map below shows which areas have been the most snowy on Christmas, between 1940 and 2021. “Snowy” means that either there was measured snowfall on the day, or there was already snow on the ground…”

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